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Question Sunderland Till I Die

Hawkwell Blue

Oct 27, 2003
Having a bit more time on my hands I've managed to almost complete the second series, having of course skipped to the last episode hoping we'd be in it, and it got me thinking. The mechanics and logistics behind Sunderland are massive, as they should be for a "big" club. Their Transfer Deadline day made fascinating viewing with a number of directors, executives, directors of football, scouts etc involved and I wondered how it compares to ours and the day to day running of the club.

Without tuning this in to a Ron Martin discussion I wonder if anyone on SZ really knows what goes on behind the scenes at SUFC, who are the people involved and how on earth do we compete with bigger clubs such as Sunderland. We did after all beat them in the season in question.

Just curious and a bit bored that's all.